Manchester City close in on Bursaspor’s coveted striker Enes Unal
Bursaspor have given their highly-rated striker Enes Unal authentic canada goose outlet permission to travel to England to discuss a possible deal with Manchester City.
The 18-year-old best cheap canada goose, who won his first senior cap for Turkey authentic canada goose outlet online in the can you wash a canada goose amazon canada goose parka jacket in the washer 2-1 victory against Luxembourg in March, is likely to command a fee of around £500,000.
The Bursaspor president, Recep Bolukbasi, said on Thursday that they had reached an agreement with City and that he thought the transfer would go through at the weekend.
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The player’s agent, Batur Altiparmak, added: “An agreement in principle has been reached. best price for canada goose jacket Bursaspor have given Unal permission to have a medical at Manchester City.”
Unal would become the first Turkish player to join Manchester City should the deal go ahead and the youngest Super Lig player to move to the Premier League. Bursaspor have a reputation for developing forwards and recently sold the 19-year-old striker Batuhan Altıntas to Hamburg for £350,000.
Unal had an extraordinary goal ratio at youth level, attracting scouts from across Europe after scoring 182 goals in 110 appearances for can you buy canada goose jacket online Bursaspor’s reserves. He also struck 24 times in 25 international games for Turkey at under-16 level burlington coat factory canada goose coat before being fast-tracked into the under-19 and under-21 sides.
The City target also became the youngest player, aged 16, to score in the Super Lig when he netted against Galatasaray on 1 August 2013. Unal has a total of seven first–team goals to his name for the Bursaspor and scored once every 197 minutes of league football last season.
Emre Sarigul is the editor of Turkish Football. Follow him on Twitter here.